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You Look So Good, Fantastic Man: Celebrating William Onyeabor

Gwyn Thomas de Chroustchoff looks back on an extraordinary career, meditating on the records – and legacy – that cement his visionary appeal.

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Kelly Lee Owens Finds Her Voice

Having embraced electronic production, the rising artist meets with Ben Murphy to explain how the feminine strength of her rural Welsh upbringing continues to inspire her to this day

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Turning Points:
Benji B

Benji B lives and breathes radio. Here he speaks to Oli Warwick to break down the steps which made him the household name he is today.

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Dreezy:
I Depend on Me

The LA-via-Chicago rapper tells Grant Brydon about how her upbringing and determined spirit enabled her to reach her personal, political and professional goals

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Roy Young, Bowie’s pianist, reflects on 40 years of Low

From Paris to Berlin, Low was born out of unscripted experimentation

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20 Questions:
Wayne Coyne

The Flaming Lips frontman talks to Davy Reed about haircuts, nicknames and getting tattooed with Miley Cyrus

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Resom:
Lifelong Learning

The Berlin-based DJ and ://about blank resident talks to Emma Robertson about the community spirit that lies at the heart of techno

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We spoke to the college professor running a course on OutKast

Dr. Regina N. Bradley is offering the class on ‘OutKast and the Rise of the Hip-Hop South’ at Armstrong State University in Savannah, Georgia

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Mitski: Tell Me About It

Mitski captures the millennial slog with crushing realness. In the wake of Trump’s election, Sammy Jones hears how she creates a hopeful world for her fans.